Executive Order 2004-19 ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ARIZONA GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION COUNCIL (Supersedes Executive Orders 89-24, 92-17 and 2003-01) WHEREAS, a broad based effort, commitment, policy direction and framework is needed for Arizona to develop and manage its geographic information resources, and WHEREAS, the Arizona State Land Department is charged with establishing a clearinghouse of information and central repository for maps, imagery products and digital cartographic data pursuant to A.R.S. ? 37-173(1); and WHEREAS, the Arizona State Land Department provides a geographic information system for public agencies in Arizona pursuant to A.R.S. ? 37-173(2); and WHEREAS, the Arizona State Land Department prepares standards and specifications for developing and producing cartographic products, aerial photographic products and geographic information systems pursuant to A.R.S. ? 37-173(4); and WHEREAS, the Arizona Geographic Information Council ("AGIC") was originally established by Executive Order 89-24 to coordinate the management of statewide geographic information and serve as an advisory council to the Arizona State Land Department to provide guidance and direction to the management of the State Geographic Information System; and WHEREAS, the composition and membership of AGIC needs to be expanded to include regional geographic information systems consortia and the duties of AGIC need to be confirmed; NOW THEREFORE, I, Janet Napolitano, Governor of the State of Arizona, by virtue of the authority vested in me as Governor by the Constitution and Laws of this State, hereby order as follows: 1. The composition and membership of AGIC shall be as follows: a. AGIC shall be composed of an Executive Management Board and standing technical committees to advise the Board on technical issues related to mapping and geographic information systems and to assist the Board in the implementation of AGIC programs. b. Members of the Executive Management Board shall be appointed by the Governor, serve at the pleasure of the Governor, and consist of one voting representative from each of the following: State Government AZ Department of Administration
AZ Department of Commerce AZ Department of Economic Security AZ Department of Education AZ Department of Environmental Quality AZ Game & Fish Department AZ Geological Survey AZ Department of Health Services AZ State Land Department AZ State Parks AZ Department of Revenue AZ Department of Transportation AZ Department of Water Resources AZ State Cartographer's Office AZ Department of Public Safety Arizona State University Northern Arizona University University of Arizona Federal Government Bureau of Indian Affairs Bureau of Land Management U.S. Bureau of Reclamation U.S. Forest Service U.S. Geological Survey National Geodetic Survey County Government AZ Association of Counties Municipal Government League of AZ Cities & Towns Regional Geographic Information Systems Consortia Northern Arizona Geographic Information Forum Southern Arizona Geographic Information System Yuma Regional Geographic Information System Pima Association of Governments Maricopa Association of Governments Private Sector One member
c. Members of the Executive Management Board shall elect from among the representatives a president, vice-president and secretary. d. The members of the Standing Technical Committees shall be appointed by the Executive Management Board as deemed necessary. e. Members of the AGIC Executive Management Board, or their designees, shall meet at the call of the President, adopt by-laws, rules and procedures for the orderly conduct of operations, and conduct the duties of AGIC. f. Members shall not receive additional beyond their existing salaries as public employees. 2. The duties of AGIC shall be as follows: a. AGIC shall collect information on user requirements for maps, imagery products and geographic information systems. b. AGIC shall prioritize and relate such requirements to the U.S. Geological Survey, the Arizona Land Resource Information System and other producers of geographic information and cartographic products. c. AGIC shall serve as a forum to share information about Federal, State, and local government and private sector map production and geographic information system activities. d. AGIC shall participate in activities to define those categories of spatial data appropriate for standardization and establish standards of content, format and accuracy for the identified data categories. e. AGIC shall coordinate interagency map production or acquisition and geographic data base development. f. AGIC shall study cartographic and geographic information systems and make recommendations to responsible entities. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Arizona.
DONE at the Capitol in Phoenix on this ___ day of August in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Four and of the independence of the United States of America the Two Hundred and Twenty-Ninth. ATTEST:
SECRETARY OF STATE
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